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  • At Bela and Martha Karolyi's retreat, gymnastics charges ahead

    At Bela and Martha Karolyi's retreat, gymnastics charges ahead
    Afternoon descends on the piney woods of East Texas with a heat that clings to your skin, the air so thick you have to work at drawing a full breath. Not that the owner of the Karolyi Ranch seems to mind as he bounces along in a utility vehicle that...
  • Pennsylvania early migratory bird seasons set

    Bird hunters will be happy to know that the Pennsylvania Game Commission has approved the dates for the state's early migratory bird seasons, including a specific change that will give Penn's Woods hunters three additional weeks of dove season thanks to...
  • Professional fighter 'War Machine' arrested in L.A. area

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A professional fighter sought by authorities after his former girlfriend accused him of attacking her and a friend at her home in Las Vegas has been arrested in the Los Angeles area, officials said on Friday. Jonathan Koppenhaver,...
  • Dog the Bounty Hunter to join hunt for pro-fighter accused of beating porn star-ex

    Dog the Bounty Hunter to join hunt for pro-fighter accused of beating porn star-ex
    Reality television star Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, said Wednesday he was joining the manhunt for a professional mixed martial artist whose ex-girlfriend has accused him of a brutal attack on her and a friend. Jonathan...
  • We asked you: Should Florida allow hunters to use silencers?

    Silencers just mufflers A silencer doesn't make [gun-fire] "soundless." It is like a muffler on a car, where the sound is just not as dramatic and loud. I would think everybody would be wanting silencers allowed on guns. OrlandoPatriotOrlandoSentinel....
  • Idaho group proposes controversial annual hunting contest

    SALMON Idaho (Reuters) - The sponsors of a controversial wolf-hunting competition in Idaho last year are proposing an annual contest on federal lands that rewards participants for bagging as many animals as they can in three days, organizers said...
  • Calendar says fishing, weather feels like hunting

    Calendar says fishing, weather feels like hunting
    Fishing is fine, depending on what you're targeting, but these cool nights and cool mornings are getting the juices flowing for some hunting action. Dove and Canada goose seasons begin Sept. 1, and archery season for antlerless deer in local wildlife...
  • Henry B. Mann Jr., marketing manager

    Henry B. Mann Jr., marketing manager
    Henry B. Mann Jr., a retired Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. marketing manager and World War II veteran, died Aug. 4 of complications from dementia at Envoy of Denton, a nursing home. He was 93. The son of Henry B. Mann Sr., an attorney, and Amelia R....
  • Professional fighter 'War Machine' arrested in Las Vegas -report

    By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES, Aug 15 (Reuters) - A professional fighter sought by authorities after his former girlfriend accused him of attacking her and a friend at her home in Las Vegas has been arrested in the Los Angeles area, the Las Vegas Review-...
  • 'War Machine' arrested in Simi Valley hotel for Christy Mack assault

    'War Machine' arrested in Simi Valley hotel for Christy Mack assault
    A professional fighter sought by authorities after his former girlfriend accused him of attacking her and a friend at her home in Las Vegas has been arrested in the Los Angeles area, officials said on Friday. Jonathan Koppenhaver, also known by the...
  • Colorado hunting outfitter admits harming wild cats for easy hunt

    (Reuters) - A Colorado hunting outfitter accused of injuring mountain lions and bobcats to help clients kill them more easily pleaded guilty on Friday in a U.S. court in Denver to one felony count of conspiring to break a federal wildlife law, prosecutors...